Moving On…

So in the blog world, as in life, things move on… OK, enough of the faux philosophy 🙂

I’ve had so many different lines of thought regarding blogging, crafting, life, finances, future, life, the universe and everything over the past few months that I realised that I was in danger of thinking too much and actually doing nothing.  This is evidenced by the fact that my last post was 9 months ago.  It’s all well and good having a head full of ideas and ambitions, but if you don’t do anything about them, it’s all for nought.  So I’ve finally decided to make a commitment and open an Etsy store and see where that takes me.

So I’m going to end my ‘CraftingFromScraps’ journey here and move everything over to my new blog which reflects my WantItEverSo store.  I’d love you to come with me and join me there.  It won’t just be a sales blog, although obviously there’ll have to be a bit of that to try and get some interest and, dare I say it, sales from my store.  I’ll still post ideas, tutorials, trends and general stuff as it occurs but I think this new blog, along with my new found commitment and focus, will be more sustainable.  Time will tell I guess…

So goodnight from here… and [click to continue]


The Enchanted Forest

The Enchanted Forest

So the journey to our Enchanted Forest has started – so excited! Click on the photo and ‘like’ on Facebook to follow the story…


Naturally Powered!


More Bzzagent-ing, where I get to try a product for free in return for taking part in word of mouth marketing campaigns. This time I’m trying Naturally Powered Washing Powder which is part of a new range of environmentally-conscious cleaning and laundry products from Tesco that aims to offer great performance as well as a clearer conscious through the use of less chemicals and recyclable packing. So you can use an eco product without having to dip on performance. I was a bit sceptical to be honest, as I love to use eco friendly products but I have had to swap back to your standard products a few times as they just didn’t really quite do the job. For example I used to use the washing balls that you can get which mean that you didn’t use washing powder at all, but (and I don’t know if I have a particularly grubby family) it just wasn’t getting stuff clean. Same with some chemical free kitchen cleaners. Still having tried the washing power from Naturally Powered, I can honestly say that I haven’t noticed any difference from my normal washing powder (which is Sainsburys Non-Bio at the moment) so if I’m using less chemicals, that must be a good thing. Plus, as an added bonus, on the only sunny day in I don’t know how long, I am natually powered drying outside as well!

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